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  • New work Peter Buggenhout

    Space junk, giant dust motes, magnified cancer cells, Sept. 11 debris, oligarch-worthy spectacle: Whatever Peter Buggenhout’s two enormous, bristling ruins of sculptures bring to mind, they are impressive. Like much of the other art exhibited under this roof, they are also well served by its hygienic white-boxness, except that we might be tiny organisms under a microscope with them.

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  • The art of video games

    A benchmark for video games as cultural artifacts came in 2012 when the Museum of Modern Art in New York announced it had acquired 14 games for its collection. Depending on your perspective, the museum might be a little late in acknowledging the significance of video games — or early, compared with other art institutions. (The games were acquired by the museum’s department of architecture and design, putting them in the “design” category rather than alongside painting and sculpture.) Now, an ambitious survey of video games organized by the Smithsonian American Art Museum, and previously on view there, is at the Hudson River Museum in Yonkers.

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  • Brad Kahlhamer at Jack Shainman New York

    Working within a multidisciplinary practice, Kahlhamer explores hybridity through the layering and convergence of personal narrative with symbols of public consumption, infusing his imagined spaces with references ranging from Native American visual motifs and traditions to street art and pop culture iconography.

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